ANP 300 - Lecture 6 - Joints

ANP 300 - Lecture 6 - Joints - JOINTS Classification...

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JOINTS
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Classification Functional Structural - synarthrotic - fibrous - amphiarthrotic - cartilaginous - diarthrotic - synovial
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diarthrotic amphiarthrotic synarthrotic synovial cartilaginous fibrous
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synarthrotic - fibrous
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amphiarthrotic - cartilaginous
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diarthrotic - synovial
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Synovial joints commonly possess - articular disc - menisci - intracapsular ligaments
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Synovial joints commonly associated with - bursae - tendon sheaths
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Consider 3 major synovial joints - Shoulder - Hip - Knee
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SHOULDER (GLENOHUMERAL) Extremely mobile Very shallow articulation Stability from - ligaments - muscles
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Glenoid fossa deepened by fibrocartilaginous labrum Glenoid Labrum Glenoid Fossa
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Joint capsule supported by extracapsular ligaments coracohumeral glenohumeral
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Joint supported by muscles subscapularis supraspinatus infraspinatus
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Joint supported by muscles subscapularis supraspinatus infraspinatus Rotator Cuff
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Rotator Cuff Muscles posterior view anterior view supraspinatus subscapularis teres minor infraspinatus lesser tubercle greater tubercle
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2008 for the course ANP 300 taught by Professor Grine during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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ANP 300 - Lecture 6 - Joints - JOINTS Classification...

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